In July 2018, Microsoft announced a set of changes to the way Dynamics 365 updates were going to be delivered to users, promising predictable updates, continuous deployment and early visibility of future changes – and delivering on those promises.
What comes to mind when you think about transparency? In the most literal sense, it means to be able to see right through something. When it comes to software, transparency refers to the ability to see everything that’s going on within the enterprise.
Several important announcements were made during Microsoft’s 2018 Ignite event in Orlando: apart from joining forces with Adobe and SAP in order to increase its CRM market presence, the company made improvements to Office, launched Azure Digital Twins and ushered in a new age of Mixed Reality features for Dynamics 365.
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Writer Napoleon Hill once said, “Action is the real measure of intelligence.” That statement is something a catch-42, though; you can’t take action if you don’t have intelligence, but what if you don’t have the intelligence in the first place?
If you’re currently using Microsoft Dynamics AX, you’re probably receiving some pressure to upgrade to Dynamics 365. Why should you, you wonder? What advantage do you gain from moving to a new platform? The disruption hardly seems worth it.
If you’re running an on-premises deployment of Microsoft Dynamics AX, you might be wondering what the point of moving to Dynamics 365 is. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” you figure. “Dynamics AX works just fine – we don’t need to move to the cloud.”
If you’re a current Microsoft Dynamics AX customer, you’ve most likely been resisting pressure to switch to Dynamics 365. “The expense and the headache aren’t worth it,” you protest.
In order to prevent information leaks and make sure sensitive data is kept under control and available only to those who are supposed to see it, Dynamics 365 uses security roles. Security roles are a combination of privileges and access levels for various entities within an organization.